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    James Doyle Makes Comeback Tonight Following Two-Month Injury Layoff
James Doyle Makes Comeback Tonight Following Two-Month Injury Layoff
James Doyle. Photo by PA:Press Association. Source: thesun.co.uk

James Doyle Makes Comeback Tonight Following Two-Month Injury Layoff

Renowned jockey James Doyle is set to make a remarkable comeback to the track tonight, following a serious collarbone injury earlier this year. Doyle suffered a setback during a fall on the gallops, but after a successful rehabilitation period, he is ready to resume his racing career.

Tonight, Doyle will be partnering with two horses, Show Me A Hero and the highly-favoured Mount Athos, in the feature event at Kempton. This marks a significant milestone for the Classic-winning rider, as he returns to competitive racing after his collarbone injury. Although he has a prestigious commitment at the upcoming World Cup night in Dubai this Saturday, Doyle is focusing on his domestic responsibilities to kickstart his comeback.

Impressively, Doyle has secured a total of ten rides for ten different trainers across various locations, including Kempton, Southwell, and Lingfield's exciting Good Friday card. Reflecting on his return, Doyle expressed optimism, stating, "Everything has been good for my rehabilitation and it’s not a bad time of year to come back. I’ve two rides at Kempton, two at Southwell on Thursday and then six at Lingfield on Friday after which I fly to Dubai to ride Eldar Eldarov in the Dubai Gold Cup on World Cup night, so it’s a busy few days.”

Racing enthusiasts eagerly await James Doyle's return, and his remarkable journey of recovery serves as an inspiration to fellow athletes in the industry.

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